Exhibition identity, website, and print materials for a significant exhibition in art and the public domain curated by Sanford Kwinter and organized by Harvard Graduate School of Design and Harvard Art Museums. Featuring new installations by artists Ai Weiwei, Olafur Eliasson, and Tomás Saraceno, the exhibition focused on the experiential aspects of the artworks, as well as the path between the three exhibition locations on Harvard campus. Similarly, the exhibition website highlights the visitor's own navigation through the site with a responsive "spotlight" and installation "rooms" that overlay the homepage with curatorial descriptions and video tours by filmmaker Rob Meyer. Against this linear guide is a nonlinear search feature that unexpectedly cycles input phrases through different engines including Wikipedia, Google Images, and more. Print and identity materials respond to the classical reference of Dante's Divine Comedy while reveling in the sensuous use of metallic ink and unconventional typography.